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Thomas Warwick

I’m a graduate Master of Chemistry who defected to the world of biosciences to complete a Ph.D. in Structural Biology at the University of Nottingham. My expertise lies in the structural analysis of chemicals, membrane proteins, and protein/DNA complexes via X-ray crystallography. Applications of these structures include therapeutic intervention of bacterial diseases, photovoltaic materials, and allosteric ion-receptors. When I’m not applying my faculties to all things protein expression, I am usually cycling, camping, or drinking tea.

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Articles by Thomas Warwick

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Learn to Draw a Molecule in PyMOL™ in 8 Easy Steps

By Thomas Warwick | September 16, 2021

Discover how to easily draw proteins and nucleic acids using molecular visualization tools with our step-by-step tutorial.

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Beat Back the Bubbles: 6 Ways to Remove Excess Detergent from Your Membrane Protein Sample

By Thomas Warwick | August 26, 2021

Excess detergent in your membrane proteins samples can cause you serious headaches. We’ve got you covered with 6 ways you can remove excess detergent from membrane proteins.

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Crystallize Your Protein–DNA Complex by Optimizing These Key Parameters

By Thomas Warwick | July 27, 2021

Looking to engineer a crystal? Here are some key parameters to optimize to give you the maximum chance of success at crystallizing protein DNA–complexes.

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Improving the Expression of Insoluble and Inactive Proteins Using Osmotic Shock

By Thomas Warwick | July 6, 2021

Discover a better way to improve the expression of your insoluble and inactive proteins using osmotic shock.

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Working with Membrane Proteins: Tips for Expressing, Extracting, and Purifying Your Membrane Protein Sample

By Thomas Warwick | June 15, 2021

Working with membrane proteins can be tricky. Read on to get tried-and-tested tips and tricks for expressing, extracting, and purifying these water-phobic proteins.

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